President Donald Trump doesn’t know how to follow the holiday rules of regifting.
Re-gifting is a touchy and sometimes complex topic that can readily turn a delightful gift exchange into an awkward and uncomfortable
The gift isn't on its way to the trash. If you were going to throw it away, then don't give it away. C'mon... would you want
Still, one may legitimately ask: "Is it ethical to give someone else a present I was given but don't need or want?" The answer may surprise you: Yes, it is right to regift. In fact, we have a duty to do so. Here's why.
Due to the "great recession" we have become increasingly more time crunched and more thoughtful about over-spending. It only makes sense that with these changes in our lives we have also seen a change in our philosophy toward re-gifting.
In this age of green giving, when many of us have accumulated way too much stuff, re-gifting seems to have become a bit more socially acceptable. Giving away things that we know we will never use -- and that someone else would like -- that's admirable, right?
By Dan Gould of Networx: What's the deal with regifting? Is it a social faux pas? If you do it, does it mean you're a cheapskate